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Jan 17, 2010 6:00pm EST
to be sideways. i e-mailed back to experts in the united states who said she needed to go to a hospital immediately. we took off and arrived at the israeli medical center, one of the only functioning operating rooms in the country, and there, she's getting care that's better than she would have received before the earthquake. she's geing better care now than she would have a week ago. dan? >> dr. besser, thank you. and as dr. besser knows, she delivered a healthy baby girl tonight. and we're thankful for that. >>> so, as you know, the destruction here in port-au-prince is beyond belief. but there are actually places outside of the city where the damage and destruction is worse. abc's kate snow went to one such city tonight, a place that has been flattened, and where people say they have been forgotten. >> reporter: heading west along the coast, past the sugar cane fields, we pull into the town of leogane. you can't tell what the stores were. as we weave into downtown, the destruction is astounding. maybe 70% of the buildings and homes just gone. an old hardware store on the corner, a ph
ABC
Jan 17, 2010 6:00pm EST
. >> reporter: kate snow, abc news, leogane, haiti. >> the response to charity in the united states has been truly overwhelming. american charities say they have taken in $150 million. that is far more than was taken in in the aftermath of hurricane katrina or the asian tsunami. but how is this money being spent? we asked david kerley to check it out. >> reporter: outside the haitian embassy in washington, d.c. today, a crush of people, wanting to help, to give. >> just a quick overview of the general situation. >> reporter: at american red cross headquarters -- >> i need to speak to isabel -- >> reporter: they are scrambling to get aid in. >> how do we coordinate it? >> reporter: while americans hope their donation is buying a bottle of water -- >> we established a land bridge. >> reporter: the vast majority of money right now is used for gasoline, transportation. if somebody sends you $1, $10, where is that going to go? >> well, we -- it's a really good question. i think it's primarily to be sending, to be purchasing and moving supplies for people who need them. >> reporter: the haiti disa
ABC
Jan 3, 2010 6:00pm EST
to the united states? >> reporter: well, i talked to the foreign minister this weekend, and he said that he thought there might be 200, 300 al qaeda members scattered around the country. but it's really impossible to say, and he'll admit that right away. but they do consider this a grave threat. and i think they're getting much more serious about this, because of what happened over detroit. >> is the yemeni government a viable partner for the united states in taking on al qaeda? the government is impoverished and distracted by a civil war raging in the northern part of the country right now. >> reporter: all those things are right, dan, but i'll tell you one good example today. we traveled down to the gulf of aden, and i watched a review of security forces with the general who commands those forces. he gave a very powerful speech. he said, they are going to fight al qaeda. they're going to sacrificeood a al qaeda. >> very strong language for a middle eastern general for sure, especially given the fact that he was saying this in the gulf of aden, which is where the attack on the "uss cole" h
ABC
Jan 24, 2010 6:00pm EST
words, squarely at the president of the united states. >> from osama to obama. >> reporter: he claimed the failed christmas day bomber as one of his own. stating, "the plane of the heroicarrior, abdulmutallab, was a confirmation of the previous messages sent by the heroes of september 11th." >> if you are a 22-year-old nigerian, conduct an attack and osama bin laden comes out and calls you a hero and elevates your status, that's very troubling, and that can serve as a valuable recruiting tool. >> reporter: new details have emerged about the christmas day attack. according to the associated press, abdulmutallab arrived at a hospital at 2:00 p.m., escorted by detroit police. there, he made incriminating statements to a doctor about trying to detonate an explosive. around 3:30, fbi agents began interviewing the suspect in his hospital room, where he talked openly about his links to al qaeda in yemen. ten hours after the incident, when investigators told him he had the right to remain silent, he did. >> he was cooperating until he got a lawyer. now, that makes it almost impossible for us t
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